"Dan Gordon's brilliant two-man play....they constructed a picture of boat-building, male friendship, hardship, humour and heroism as carefully as the men they portrayed built the Titanic"
"funny, moving and gripping - an extraordinarily entertaining piece of theatre" (Theatre in Wales)
“You would be made of stone if you did not respond to Gordon’s love letter to the Harland and Wolff shipyard, the yard that dominated the landscape, in every sense, of the Belfast in which he grew up” (The Times)
“a brilliant two-man play – they construct a picture of boat-building, male friendship, hardship, humour and heroism as carefully as the men they portray built the Titanic” (Belfast Telegraph)
“a remarkable piece of theatre which pays tribute to the workforce which wove Harland and Wolff’s shipyard into the fabric of Belfast life” (Edinburgh Guide)
“Pitch perfect performances...and imaginative staging” (The Stage)